Snoopy Bounce was a giant inflatable bounce house for kids.
Mean Streak opened in 1991 as the tallest and fastest Wooden Roller Coaster in the world. Challenge park opened in 1992 as Cedar Point's extreme thrill park. Riders would be drenched in 1993 with Snake River Falls. In 1994 Raptor would soar into the Main Midway as the tallest, fastest, and longest Inverted Roller Coaster in the world. Cedar Point celebrated its 125th anniversary in 1995. Riders would stand on Mantis in 1996. In 1997 Cedar Point added a new spinning ride, Chaos. Power Tower became the world's tallest drop tower in 1998. All of these new rides were great, but expansion would contuie in 1999.
Snoopy Bounce's Legacy.
Snoopy Bounce was the last remaining Snoopy Bounce when it would be closed in 2019. The ride was also in other Cedar Fair Parks including: Knott's Berry Farm (1983-2013) and Mall of America. A similar ride called Snoopy Moon Bounce was also at Kings Dominion and Dorney Park. They have all since been removed.
On occasion the giant Snoopy on top would be removed and replaced.
After adding Camp Snoopy in 1999 Cedar Point would add more rides to round out its collection: Millennium Force (2000), Wicked Twister (2002-2021), Top Thrill Dragster (2003-2021), maXair (2005), Skyhawk (2006), Maverick (2007), Planet Snoopy (2008), Shoot the Rapids (2010-2015), WindSeeker (2011), Dinosaurs Alive on Adventure Island (2012-2018), Gatekeeper (2013), New Gemini Midway (2014), Rougarou (2015), Valravn (2016), Cedar Point Shores Water Park (2017), Steel Vengeance (2018), Forbidden Frontier on Adventure Island (2019-2022), and Cedar Point's 150th Anniversary Celebration. (2021).
Last Updated: 05/01/2024
Photos by Jake Hamons. Concept Art and Map by: Cedar Point.